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Don días con ponentes españoles que incluye todos los aspectos del desarrollo IT, desde técnicas de desarrollo de software hasta Big Data, Cloud o ML; unos 2000 asistentes, talleres, actividades y mucho más. ------------- Todos los vídeos de Commitconf 2019 en: ¡Conoce Autentia! Twitter: Instagram: LinkedIn: Facebook:
Welcome to Codemotion! Codemotion CEO & Co-founder Chiara Russo welcomes you on board for this new, exciting edition of Codemotion Berlin 2019. Let's code the future. Together About: Chiara Russo, CEO & Co-founder - Codemotion Her passion for innovation and technology brought her to graduate in Computer Enigineering. She started her career in the IT world in 2009 as a consultant and then in the sales area. Since 2013 she works full time at Codemotion as CEO and Co-founder. Apart of being Codemotion’s Spokesperson, she is the mother of Margherita, and she loves travelling and sailing.
Paolo discusses programming chatbots in Italian, chatbots post GDPR, building community and organiser tools for community interviews. About Paolo: A developer since the 80s, architect and project manager in the 90s and early 00s, back to software design and development in the last 10 years. Many technologies under the belt, such as C, Perl, HTML/CSS, Java, JavaScript, Ruby on Rails. Doing some work with Elixir and Phoenix lately, plus some AWS Lambda and chatbots. Owner of
In this panel, we will get unique insights into the minds of Engineering Managers, how do they set an example for hundreds of developers, and make choices that shape the whole organization. Many questions will be there: How do you manage and empower your team? How do you evaluate whether you are doing a good job? Do you still code, and how often? Hear engineering managers from SuperAwesome, CircleCI, and sharing their experiences. During our open discussion, you will learn about their experiences and have the chance to ask all your burning questions! About panelists: Thiago de Faria Head of Solutions Engineering - LINKIT Thiago started in Pure Mathematics, jumped to predicting things and realized it was utterly dependent on understanding the inner bits of software development and data pipelines. Thus, his primary concern changed: how to bridge the gap between ML and production? :-) DataOps FTW! He is an active part of the community (devopsdays Amsterdam, ITNEXT & Codemotion), a knowledge-sharer, a proud father and a DataOps Lead. Thiago is pathologically curious and a continuous learner. He knows that high-performing data teams must decrease time-to-market and build production-ready applications, always! Go to speaker's detail Lena Reinhard Director of Engineering - CircleCI Lena is currently Director of Engineering at CircleCI. After a career in finance, arts, and media, Lena found herself working in tech and at age 26 co-founded her first software company and became a CEO. Over the years, Lena has been supporting distributed engineering organisations around the world, helping them deliver great products while continuously learning through inclusive cultures and growth-oriented feedback. She is also a proficient writer, photographer, and forever a learner. Piergiorgio Niero Head of Engineering - SuperAwesome With 15+ years of experience across the web, gaming and IT automation industries, Piergiorgio is pioneering the kidtech space as Head of Engineering at SuperAwesome (the fastest growing UK tech company as ranked by the Financial Times). He leads the engineering team that enables a safer internet for kids, and shares with them his passion for building things that never existed before. Oscar Fanelli Engineering Manager - Meetup Oscar Fanelli is an Engineering Manager at Meetup. People at WeWork use to say "work to make a life, not just a living", and this summarizes his career. Early in his career, he founded a challenging Italian editorial website about videogames, switched from Full-Stack Engineer to Engineering Manager in Tom's Hardware, and landed as Software Architect in eLearnSecurity. Growing successfully his first multi-country startup, Uala, as CTO and co-founder, is one of his greatest accomplishments. Oscar loves to spend time with his family between one slice of pizza and a trip with his car in Europe.
Good morning Berlin! Codemotion COO, Daniele Pagani greets everybody and warms up the stage for the second day of the conference. After his speech and before welcoming on stage the opening Keynote, Daniele will share with you some insights related to the conference. About: Daniele Pagani, COO - Codemotion Daniele Pagani is currently COO of Codemotion, with strong professional experience delivering Community Engagement and Support programs developed leading Nokia App Development and Marketplace in South Europe and, later, Startup Ecosystem Strategy at Microsoft. A real sports geek, with a unique passion for sport and technology.
Sabrina Scoma and Fiorella De Luca discuss the growth of Django Girls in Italy, their local events, workshops and newsletter, and the tools they use to grow the Django community among women in tech.
SheTech Italy is an association dedicated to supporting women in the world of technology, digital and entrepreneurship, through networking events, training workshops and professional opportunities. Chiara discusses the specifics of their events and how they build community amongst women in tech.
Marco Matascioli and Luciano Murruni discuss their work as community managers at di Angular Roma, detailing the opportunities and challenges in engaging the local Angular community, and the value of social networks for community organising.
"Where do I start?" How many times have you asked yourself this when you are about to add a new functionality to your project? Developers deal with daily decision problems that affect huge code bases and little time to come with solutions. In this talk we will build the famous Simon Says game for Android to show how we can come up with a solution parting from requirements that are turned into very specific test cases. Along the way we will see the advantages that Kotlin provides us and a small sample of the power that Arrow can add to your Android project incorporating functional programming. ------------- Todos los vídeos de Codemotion 2019 en: ¡Conoce Autentia! Twitter: Instagram: LinkedIn: Facebook:
¿Y si lo escuchas mientras vas al trabajo o te pones en forma?: ------------- 12 million developers across 80% of the enterprise, run Java. It is the #1 language in the world, yet when it comes to serverless, rarely seen in the top 3. Why? I will review some of the recent improvements to the language, platform, and ecosystem, as well as offer a glimpse into upcoming features targeting both developer productivity and program performance while retaining Java’s core values of readability and compatibility. Come away with confidence that your Java skills can be applied to the next generation of serverless workloads. ------------- Todos los vídeos de Codemotion 2019 en: ¡Conoce Autentia! Twitter: Instagram: LinkedIn: Facebook: